Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:57pm 26/07/22 | 0 Comments
No More Heroes 3 debuted on the Nintendo Switch around this time last year, marking the return of Travis Touchdown in a full release that promised to up the insanity that series was known for. There's a lot to like about its blend of fast-paced combat, strange boss battles, and mini-games where you're tasked with mowing people's lawns.
The good news is that No More Heroes 3 is coming to more platforms, with PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S set to get the game on October 14. And PC (via Steam) getting in on the action a few days earlier on October 11.
The legendary assassin Travis Touchdown returns once again to the Garden of Madness! The evil Prince FU, a self-proclaimed superhero from the farthest reaches of the galaxy, has landed on Earth with his sights set on world conquest. In order to save humanity, our no-more-hero must fight to rise to the top of the Galactic Superhero Rankings, taking on each of FU's nine alien henchmen before he can earn a title match against the prince himself.
Grow Your Galactic Legend In classic No More Heroes style, the Galactic Superhero Rankings are packed with outrageous boss battles, each oozing with personality. Soar through the ranks and prove you’re the baddest in the universe.
Old Dog, New Tricks Travis may be one bad day away from a mid-life crisis, but he’s still an innovator when it comes to kicking ass. From beam katana boss to wrestling pro, Travis can do it all. Take violence to new extremes with the customizable Death Glove, and punish those deadly invaders with combat that suits your style.
Superheroic Side Hustles Battling aliens ain’t cheap. Explore Santa Destroy on Travis’ Demzamtiger to pick up odd jobs, from Coast Guard missions to toilet cleaning, then hit the road to unique locales outside of Santa Destroy like Neo Brazil and Thunderdome to keep the cash rolling in.
Although details on the port are a little light, screenshots provided in the press release are in 4K so the expectation is that the game will run at a much higher resolution than the Switch release. Hopefully, we'll get improved performance too as the spotty frame rate was something we highlighted in our original review.